Community coronavirus: our feel good stories of the week
From rainbow murals to letters deliver 80 years on, here is a selection of some of our favourite feel good stories of the week.
10 year-old Norfolk boy cycles over 200 miles for local NHS
A 10 year-old Norfolk boy has been doing his bit to make a difference during the pandemic, cycling hundreds of miles for charity.
COVID-19 safety advice and latest figures: Cases in East of England are 14,114
Public Health England has revealed that 14,114 people in the East have tested positive for the coronavirus, as of 29 May 2020.
NASA and SpaceX launch first astronauts into space from US soil in nearly a decade
NASA and SpaceX have successfully launched astronauts from US soil for the first time in almost a decade.
Coronavirus: More than 2 million vulnerable 'shielders' will be allowed to meet loved ones from Monday
Boris Johnson is easing more lockdown rules, this time allowing those vulnerable to coronavirus who are shielding to leave home and go outdoors.
George Floyd death: Rapper Killer Mike 'tired of seeing black men die' as he tearfully pleads for calm
Killer Mike has pleaded with Atlanta residents not to "burn your own house down" in anger over the death of an unarmed black man, George Floyd.
Coronavirus: Artists turn pandemic struggles into street murals
Street art is having a moment. While galleries are closed, deserted cities across the UK offer an irresistible canvas for creatives.
Robbie Williams reunites with Take That for virtual concert during lockdown
Take That fans will be hoping he's back for good after Robbie Williams reunited with the band for a virtual charity concert.
Coronavirus: Reading enjoys a lockdown renaissance - but small bookshops are still struggling
Whether it is fiction, crime or the classics, reading is enjoying a renaissance in lockdown.